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- 1° L
- All Grain
- 12.15 Gallon(s)
- Unknown Style
- 0 IBU
- 9.1 % ABV
The first batch went well. OG was 1.083, 12.3 gal. did a yeast starter. fermenting. Hodgson Mill cornmeal. SG of just the cornmeal was 1.023 then I added the sugar and it brought it up to 1.083. started with 11 gal water. added another 2.5 gal. lost around 2 gal. from grains. Blended barley in a blender. Cooked corn at 190F for 39 min. to gelatinize it (it will get thinker)(did an iodine test. proof of starches with really dark coloring). added 2 row barley (blended/crushed) at 150 degrees ...
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